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The Hamilton Live presents Commander Cody Band with Mike Marlin (former child prodigy who defeated mid-life crisis to make brilliant, brooding rock record) on May 28, 2016.
Look in any book on the History of Rock and Roll and you will find Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen The band’s name was inspired by 1950’s film serials featuring the character Kommando Kody and from a feature version of an earlier serial, King of the Rocket Men, released under the title Lost Planet Airmen.
The band's founder and leader, George Frayne, took the stage name Commander Cody. Among many other achievement, this eight piece super band’s album Deep in the Heart of Texas is one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s top 100 albums.
Today the Commander Cody Band features Mark Emerick on guitar, Steve Barbuto on drums, Chris Olsen on pedal steel, and Randy Bramwell on bass. Cody is still trying to pound his piano into submission. And they all sing.
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The Hamilton is located at 600 14th Street NW.
Études Piano Studio (1616 Wisconsin Ave NW, Second floor) will be hosting Accelerando Music Camp this summer from July 18-August 12, 2016.
Accelerando Music Camp will provide your child with fun musical group activities and games. A week at camp will include muscial games, handbells, a drum circle, dancing, singing, musical craft time, and your added choice of piano, voice, or strings lessons with our outstanding teachers. The camp is open to children ages 5-10. Full day, 9:00 am-5:00pm, 1-week sessions.
Registration is open now. Call 202.256.9942 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We're setting a new standard for the neighborhood,” says developer Mike Cassar as he enthusiastically praises architect KC Price, Akseizer Design Group, and the Kimberly & Daryl Team of Washington Fine Properties. “I don’t think there’s anything like this in the area."
"We created beautiful tall ceilings, and from the penthouse, that amazing rooftop view," continues Cassar. Incidentally, other developers were eagerly photographing that view when The Georgetown Dish was there for a sneak preview. "When we first purchased the property, it was full of water, totally flooded. It took almost a year."
From the 9-11 foot ceilings throughout and 5-inch-wide plank hardwood floors to elegantly appointed kitchens with Calcutta countertops and backsplashes and spa baths.
Three homes (One, Two and Penthouse), priced from $639,000 to $1,499,000, have been thoughtfully designed to incorporate environmentally friendly features in addition to gorgeous, modern finishes.
And there are those Jeff Akseizer's signature yellow doors. Unit one carries that 'sunshine' touch into the living room.
Each unit at Kalorama View is wired with speakers, Nest thermostats, and Verizon Fios optic cable wiring. Number two has a private terrace off the owner’s bedroom suite, and the penthouse has two private balconies and a massive, private roof deck.
This Saturday and Sunday, April 9 & 10, there's an open house from 1:00 to 4:00 pm when all three units will be open to the public for the first time.